We work to the principle that without understanding who our clients are and what they need we can't design. Our practice is based on good communication, collaboration, sophisticated design and always keeping the bigger picture in mind.
Communicating with our clients is the most important step in our design process.
We want to understand who our clients are and see their vision for the overall project. We open up lines of communication and listen to our clients. By doing this we get to understand the full scope of the project, expand design possibilities and create buildings and spaces that go beyond expectations.
We take clients along the process of design with us, instead of making assumptions about their aims and needs. This helps us to explore and understand their requirements – from the most hidden to the very obvious – and ultimately informs our design.
Our client base varies across the disability sector, private residential market and government departments and each of our clients and end-users have different requirements.
On every job our experienced team integrate sophisticated, user-centred design to ensure our buildings and spaces meet the functionality and performance requirements of our clients.
We know that the buildings and spaces we design are part of a bigger picture. They sit among natural forms, urban landscapes and communities.
We work to ensure that our designs respond to surroundings and that the natural environment is integrated into our designs.
We also understand that for our community sector and government department clients, our work is part of a broader social environment, organisational structure and political landscape. We work to understand our clients’ strategic plans, organisational structures and business environments in order to develop strong, collaborative relationships.